Considering it was a Friday afternoon with a Heat Index of 107 degrees, most fans somehow made it to the Verizon Theatre on time. Everyone wanted to get there to hear the pairing of contrasting styles of music and some fans even dressed the part to keep alive the 70s
Music fans were out in full force in Dallas on a Saturday night. There were good bands all over town, but the hottest ticket was for John Mayer on The Search For Everything Tour.
Fans arrived at the American Airlines Center early so as not to miss a single note of
Everyone anticipated logistics problems as this was the fist concert held at the new Ford Center In Frisco. There were a couple of slowdowns, but most of the bugs had been worked out well in advance. The beautiful venue filled up with 12,000 music fans wanting to hear two superstars
Music fans were still making their way to their seats on a hot Summer night at the Starplex Pavilion in Dallas when the announcer made a strong introduction of a man responsible for many of the Eagles biggest hits. The audience listened to all the accolades, then burst into a
As it was the hottest day of the year in Dallas, so far, it would have been the perfect time to skip an outdoor concert. Or, at least, show up late after the sun went down. That wasn't the case, though, as Nickelback sold out the Starplex Pavilion and everybody
A packed crowd at American Airlines Center got to relive part of their younger days with a night of retro dance music at 2054 – The Tour. The music bridged generations, though, as the full house also included many younger people (mostly ladies) who came to dance the night away.
It seems that not a lot of rockers make it to age 70 anymore, so when one does, they throw a party. When that rocker is one of the founding members of the biggest selling American band in history, special guests drop everything to show up. And, if you're lucky
Outlaw Music Festival 2017
When you get the chance to see a living legend, take it. When that legend is accompanied by some of the most prolific songwriters of our generation, you go. When it's a holiday weekend and you have the next day off work, you make the most of
It's always a challenge for artists to expand their musical directions. Very few pull it off successfully, especially on their first foray into a new genre. Most of the musicians who add to their repertoire risk alienating their loyal fans and are unwilling to do it.
When it's done correctly, though,
Anytime you get the chance to see a living legend, a founding member of one of the most influential rock and roll bands history, do yourself a favor and see him. A packed house at Music Hall at Fair Park did just that last Thursday when Bob Weir, late of